Summary: Whether blocking out a noisy bus journey or showing a razor-sharp vid on the train, the lack of headphone cables makes the A826K one of the smoothest commuters around – and that’s before you factor in the top sound quality and socket-shunning battery life.
Summary: Sony NWZ-A826K MP4 player which has taken over from Sony’s NWZ-A810 series has caught a commendable place in the MP4 player’s world with its mind blowing audio quality. Their current walkman series is given birth to a lot of sensational quality audio products and this MP4 player too lives up to its name. Design : This new 4GB entry level walkman boasts a slimmer and a stylish Aluminium exterior .
Summary: The Sony NWZ-A826 is a truly superb player in terms of usability, sound quality and design. It's not without its fair share of flaws -- notably the tricky video support -- but for most people it's an absolute must to consider, if not run out and buy
Pros: Sound quality, Screen quality, Drag-and-drop compatibility, Stereo Bluetooth
Cons: Price, Video management is tricky, No playback position bookmarking, No FM radio, No voice recording or gapless playback
Summary: After winning considerable plaudits for its first video-playing Walkmans, the A810 series, Sony's decided to go right for Apple's jugular. The A820 series features unique functionality and form factor – it’s a player that attempts to blend the pocketability of the iPod Nano and screen real estate of the Touch, and trumps both with built-in Bluetooth audio streaming.